Fahey Flynn, 1939
History and English majors, Flynn got his start in the broadcast industry in Fond du Lac where he was a reporter from 1934 until 1938. He has won a total of six Chicago Emmy awards, an Illinois Associated Press award an honored as 1980's "Man of the Year" by the Chicago Variety Clubs.
Clark Byse, 1935
Professor of Law at Harvard University, Byse received degree in law from the University of Wisconsin and a master's and doctorate degree from Columbia University. He has taught at University of Iowa and University of Pennsylvania and has been a visiting professor at Salzburg, Stanford University and University of Texas.
Joan Fiss Bishop, 1931
Director of Career Services at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, Bishiop earned a master's in American history from Radcliffe College and is a graduate of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration. She was a member of the first class of five women to be taught by the Harvard Business School faculty.
Lawrence Tice, 1923
Rush Lake, Wisconsin
President and chairman of the Board of the International Textbook Company and its subsidiaries, International Correspondence Schools, Haddon Craftsmen and World Limited, Tice is trustee of Temple University. He received an honorary doctor of laws degree from University of Scranton in 1958 and he served on many boards.
Kermit Seefeld, 1932
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Professor of education at the University of California at Santa Barbara since 1946, Seefeld received his master's degree from Colorado State University and his doctorate from Stanford University. He taught in Milwaukee Public Schools from 1933 to 1946, has traveled in 36 countries and worked for the Department of Commerce in Afghanistan, Indonesia, Mali and Africa.
George Taylor, 1916
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
Retired economics professor at Amherst College for 41 years, Taylor is a senior resident scholar at the Bleutherian Mills Historical Library at Wilmington, Del. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy for during World War I, taught two years at Wayland Academy, received his bachelor degree from the University of Chicago in 1921 and doctorate in 1929.
Lyman Conger, 1920
Forest Township, Wisconsin
Chairman of the board of Kohler Co., Conger was elected a director of the company. In 1959, he became vice president and director of the Kohler Foundation, and earned his law degree in 1928 from LaSalle Extension University. As an attorney, he has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, Federal Appellate and District Courts.